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  • U-s vet go dry
  • Us vet go-dry for thrush

 
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    08-14-2008, 12:29 AM
  #11
Weanling
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Originally Posted by .Delete.
Yes I know bleach can be harmful. But it works very well, it has helped my horses thrush tremendously. It dries it out yes, but I use hooflex or rainmaker to help with that. I use Trush Buster, it found it works alot alot better then Coppertox
I agree, I use (depending on the case of thrush) straight bleach, and then seal it with stockontar (omg, im having a mind blank and I forgot the name lol).
And then after it improves I use hoof care, to condition it again...
     
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    09-12-2008, 03:00 PM
  #12
Foal
Hey guys...i just wanna recomend something...
I work at a feed store and out new thing for thrush is called U-S Vet Go-Dry
It comes in a tube and you can use one tube on four feet.
We sell it for only $1.99 and once a day for three days will totally clear it up! Than you can use it once a week as a preventitive!

Its actually used for drying up cow teets believe it or not!

I almost guarantee it will work!!!!! Its AMAZING!!! We send boxes and boxes of it off to our vets!

If anyone has any questions or wants some shipped I will be more than happy to do so!!!!!

Here is out Store number 727-547-8495
And our website is amberglenfeeddepot.com
     
    09-13-2008, 01:03 AM
  #13
Green Broke
At SonnyWImps recommendation, I bought the GO-Dry several months ago. After only 3 treatments, thrush was gone and has not been back. Also let other people try it; cured a horse that has had thrush for a very long time in only 2 doses. It's great stuff!

TSC sells it...
     

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